Streamlined Student Visa Application Service for Colombia

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What is it?

The Student Visa Application Service for Colombia provides a streamlined process to help individuals obtain a student visa to study in Colombia. Our service guides you through every step, from understanding eligibility requirements to compiling necessary documents, ensuring a smooth and successful application experience.

Who needs it?

This service is ideal for international students who are planning to pursue academic programs in Colombia, including undergraduate, graduate, and specialized courses. Whether you’re switching from another visa type or applying for the first time, our service is tailored to assist students from diverse educational backgrounds and nationalities.


  1. Research the academic programs and institutions in Colombia to choose your desired course.
  2. Obtain an official acceptance letter from a recognized educational institution in Colombia.
  3. Gather required documents such as your passport, proof of financial resources, and educational certificates.
  4. Submit the visa application form along with the gathered documents to the Colombian consulate or embassy.
  5. Pay the visa application fee and schedule an appointment for an interview if required.
  6. Attend the visa interview, providing additional information or documentation if requested.
  7. Wait for the visa processing time and receive notification of approval or denial.
  8. Upon approval, plan your travel to Colombia and begin your studies.

Required documents

  • Valid Passport - Apply or renew through your country’s passport office.
  • Official Acceptance Letter - Obtain from the institution’s admissions office.
  • Proof of Financial Resources - Bank statements or affidavits demonstrating sufficient funds.
  • Educational Certificates - Copies of your previous diplomas and transcripts.
  • Visa Application Form - Available on the Colombian consulate or embassy’s website.
  • Visa Application Fee - Fee varies; check the latest rates on the consulate’s website.

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

  • Processing times may vary, so it’s recommended to apply well in advance of your intended start date.
  • Some students reported their visas being rejected due to incomplete documentation; ensure all required documents are provided.
  • It’s advisable to keep a copy of all submitted documents for your records.
  • Contact the nearest Colombian consulate or embassy for the most up-to-date information and any additional requirements.


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